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satkri205


Joined: 2015-12-30 12:14:06
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Can anyone please point to me where I can get the xslt for the built in report format? New to SQL PA and XSLT. I am trying to add remarks in the attributes to the report.

Thanks,
Satish
tjudycki


Joined: 2013-08-08 18:47:13
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Hi Satish,

In sources it's src/main/resources/xsltStylesheets/architect2html.xslt, in architect.jar it's xsltStylesheets/architect2html.xslt

I'm using build in format for generating HTML and remarks are listed so I'm surprised that you've got such problem.

Regards,

Tomasz
satkri205


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Thanks for your reply. I did find it and was able to work with it. It was a matter of being unfamiliar with the product. Thanks again, though.
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